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FPJ Live to put the focus on The Future

Fresh Produce Journal will be launching a major new event aimed at understanding the evolution of the UK supply chain over the next 10 years

(PresseBox) (London, ) FPJ Live will take place at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull, West Midlands on 30 April 2014.

The event will feature a diverse lineup of top-level speakers ranging from supermarkets, suppliers and analysts to growers and researchers.

The theme of FPJ Live is 'The Future', with speakers discussing how they see the supply chain developing over the next decade, what retailers will be expecting from suppliers, how sourcing will change and what it will take to succeed in the new environment.

An interactive on-stage debate will see some of the most impressive up-and-coming young industry executives discussing how to engage the next generation.

The one-day programme also includes a major industry figure interviewed on stage by FPJ editor Michael Barker, while in-depth consumer research will be exclusively revealed at the event. Delegates at FPJ Live will also be eligible for a free tour of the National Motorcycle Museum.

A range of sponsorship opportunities exist to suit every budget, with companies and brands able to take either a gold, silver or bronze package. An expo area will also allow companies to showcase their products and services to delegates.

Barker said: "This new event offers an exciting new national platform for the full spectrum of the fresh produce trade to gather, network and discuss the ongoing evolution of the industry and supply chain. From supermarkets talking strategy, to growers outlining how they expect their business to change, this must-attend event will give delegates the opportunity to help shape the development of the industry.

"The strong, editorial-led programme, variety of sessions and opportunity to put questions and comments to the speakers means this will be an event like no other in the fresh produce industry.

"The National Motorcycle Museum provides a unique, convenient venue for this major new event."

The full speaker programme will be unveiled shortly online at

Registrations for FPJ Live 2014 are open. Delegates can register at the early-bird fee and save 20 per cent on the full rate.

For sponsorship and general event information visit or contact the Events team: Phone +44 20 7501 3725 Email

Book your place by 3 April to qualify for early-bird fee

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